Political Farms And Allegory In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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“In the time of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” Orwell.G 1949
George Orwell’s influential novel Animal Farm ultimately turned out to be a political commentary and presumably an allegory which revolves around Russian Revolution. Basically, parallel means occurring or existing in corresponding manner. There are number of events which directly correspond to Soviet Russia. Just like the people of Russia drove out Tsar Nicholas 2 in the exact same way animals of Manor Farm rebelled against Mr. Jones after enduring a prolonged period of injustice. With the passage of time, the pigs dominate working class of animals, because they
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They work harder for their survival and food while pigs start to simply readjust the food, something peculiar to Tsar. They used the tactics to keep the animals busy in work while the over-worked laboring class has not a little time left to reflect what is happening in the Farm and in that manner oppression works and masses are basically exploited.
Then, the battle of cowshed took place which was a terrible blood shed scene but animals got the victory against Mr. Jones. After that the idea of windmill was suggested by Snowball another pig, his idea symbolizes the modernization of Animal Farm. The working class will get warmth, electricity and place for storage but eventually Snowball was driven out just like Trotsky and Napoleon took the charge by cheating same as Stalin.
Animals (pigs) change commandments and principles of animalism by sleeping on beds, interacting with humans, and starts drinking alcohol like humans, windmill collapses and destruction begins. Food scarcity becomes the major problem of Animal Farm but pigs have always more than enough food to eat. Napoleon oppresses others and sells his most hardworking horse to the

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